Karin Stevens

Ongoing Water Project – Gerald M. Erickson

Ongoing Water Project – Gerald M. Erickson

Jerry Erickson is a marine scientist, writer and researcher, based in the Seattle area.  Starting in 1980, he worked on several research projects at the University of Washington, while he earned his MS in Fisheries Biology, followed by an internship at Olympic National Park.  Starting in 1989, he worked as a marine scientist on environmental assessment and natural resource damage assessment projec ...[Read More]

Seattle International Dance Festival 2018 with Kin of the Moon

Seattle International Dance Festival 2018 with Kin of the Moon

Seattle International Dance Festival 2018 with Kin of the Moon Karin Stevens Dance is thrilled to be performing with Kin of the Moon as a part of SIDF 2018! They will be performing their collaborative work, Atmokinesis: the psychic ability to control weather by invoking the elements.   Inter|National Series Weekend 2 – Program A Friday, June 15, 2018 | 8PM Broadway Performance Hall 1625 Broa ...[Read More]

Lily/LUNG – October 11-14, 2018

Lily/LUNG – October 11-14, 2018

Lily/LUNG October 11-14, 2018 Erickson Theatre Off Broadway Seattle, WA TICKETS ON SALE NOW! Karin Stevens and composer/sound artist Kaley Lane Eaton present an evening of two works: a reproduction of the award-winning Lily, and the premiere of LUNG. Together these pieces explore issues of migration, connection, and finding one’s voice in the world today. Watch the first iteration of the work perf ...[Read More]

Ongoing Water & Climate Change Project

Ongoing Water & Climate Change Project

Ongoing Water & Climate Change Project National Water Dance – April 14, 2018 National Water Dance is an opportunity for dancers of all ages and movers of all kinds to experience the power of art and performance as a vehicle for social change by collaborating on the formation of a nation wide movement choir. The goal is to initiate a national “water ethic” that can inform and inspire both ...[Read More]

Ongoing Water Project – Resources

Ongoing Water Project – Resources Get Involved in Seattle More info on Seattle’s watersheds Piper’s Creek Watershed Puget Soundkeeper Alliance Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife Puget Sound Facts Relevant Articles “Having gained access at last to the deep-down information, having consulted with the farthest and freakiest of the fish folk, we are discovering that muc ...[Read More]

Ongoing Water Project – Roger Feldman

Ongoing Water Project – Roger Feldman Roger Feldman graduated from the University of Washington with a degree in Art Education. He then studied theology at Fuller Seminary for one year, but he chose to return to Seattle to pursue art as a vocation. After working for two years, he attended Claremont Graduate University and received an MFA in Sculpture (1977). Roger has been an integral part o ...[Read More]

National Water Dance Day – April 14, 2018

National Water Dance Day – April 14, 2018

JOIN KSD FOR NATIONAL WATER DANCE DAY on APRIL 14, 2018 at 1PM in Carkeek Park – A CELEBRATION OF ARTS IN ACTION! Karin Stevens Dance presents Sea Change Within Us: Moving Beyond Our Failures Towards Water as Life KSD joins over 100 dance institutions from more than four countries and 40 states in this site-specific simultaneous event. The performance will be streamed across inter/national s ...[Read More]

Ongoing Water Project – Devi Lockwood Interviews

Ongoing Water Project – Devi Lockwood Interviews Devi Lockwood is a poet / touring cyclist / storyteller traveling the world (mostly by bicycle) to record 1,001 audio stories on water & climate change. Since the 2014 People’s Climate March in NYC she has collected over 750 stories in the USA, Fiji, Tuvalu, New Zealand, Australia, Thailand, Laos, Cambodia, Qatar, Morocco, the U.K., ...[Read More]

What Better Than Call a Dance? – April 20, 2018

What Better Than Call a Dance? – April 20, 2018

What Better Than Call a Dance? Friday, April 20 at 8PM Chapel Performance Space 4649 Sunnyside Avenue North Seattle, WA, 98103 (map) Tickets | Donation $5 – $15 sliding scale at the door. Cash only please. Our dear friends Beth Fleenor, clarinetist/improviser extraordinaire and Kin of the Moon join Karin Stevens Dance to wildly reimagine dance music from the Renaissance, the waltz, to tango, ...[Read More]

Press For Karin Stevens Dance

Press for Saci & The Greater Trumps – December 2017 Stravinsky and the Saci: New Music in Modern Dance – Second Inversion Timely Collaboration and Faustian Disaster in ‘Saci & The Greater Trumps’ – City Arts Press for Record of the Anthropocene Movement – March 2017 Seattle history meets Chinese philosophy – City Arts